He’s a Patriot through to the core. This lineman. And he’s proud, but also humble. Quiet, but dangerous too, especially if he’s headed for you on that striped field. Tyler is the kind of young man and son that any mom would be proud to call her own. I know he was “over” these senior pics way before the rest of us, but he never stopped smiling or doing everything we asked. He told me that these photos were important to his mom, and that shows me all over again just the kind of person he is. I remember when he was at JEBMS, he already was someone you counted on. He never made waves, or jumped in the front. He was the student doing his work, enjoying each day, and moving right through life without taking one bit more than was his and always leaving things better than he found them.
Tyler those qualities are what will make your dreams turn to reality. The way you just do what you are supposed to do and make it a habit to do that every single day. The habits of our daily lives are what turn into the stories of our lives, and your story will be one that makes your family proud. I watched you as a student years ago, and I’ve seen how you interact with people now. Your kindness and humble heart are what make you the young man you are. Keep that foremost in your personality and you will be ready for the world.
I hope you and the Patriots continue this successful start of a season right into the end zone every game. And I hope most of all that you have a blessed senior year filled with awesome experiences and memories that will last you a lifetime. Best wishes, -Pat